Sharada Unlike Abu Dhabi and Dubai, Doha is still a city little known by international tourism. Capital of Qatar, it is the first Arab metropolis chosen to host the Football World Cup in 2022. Awaiting herds of tourists from all over the world, Doha is transforming its urban horizon with works by prestigious architects of world renown. Jean Nouvel’s buildings, Rem Koolhaas, Arata Isozaki, Ieoh Ming Pei appear overnight thanks to the uninterrupted work of workers from countries in Southeast Asia. What is most amazing is the grandeur of these hypermodern sites which stand out from a silent and solitary...
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